It’s All Mishegoss — Thursday #93

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It’s Thursday already and we made it this far with the new publishing schedule. Not bad!

How do you like it so far? Not just the schedule, but the content and rebrand? That’s the most important part to us.

In changing It’s All Misehgoss we are still working on what will work and what won’t. Today for example, we posted stories from all walks of life on the internet.

Some of the stories are main stream and others are not exactly out there in front of you. Maybe that’s what you like to see and maybe not, but if you don’t let us know how will we know what you do and don’t like? Come on tell us below with a thumbs up or down and then comment.

Nothing more to say today except see you on Sunday!

Ciao,

Mark & Patti


My Favorite Digital/Gastro-Nomad’s

Travel is fatal to prejudice — Gastronomad

gastronomad.net 
 In The Innocents Abroad, Mark Twain wrote, “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one’s lifetime.”

We Got Stories

Amazon

Amazon fights poverty with Prime discount for those on food stamps — thenextweb.com 
 The Amazon service is normally $10.99 monthly but the discount for those with EBT cards drops to just $5.99 per month.

Woman in texting suicide case wanted sympathy, attention, prosecutor says — CBS News

www.cbsnews.com 
 The prosecution and the defense painted starkly contrasting pictures Tuesday of a Massachusetts woman charged with manslaughter for allegedly encouraging her boyfriend through text messages to kill himself.

Mixing hoops and hooks in the city with the rock hall of fame — San Francisco Chronicle

www.sfchronicle.com 
 If sports are music, football is a marching band, baseball is a chamber orchestra, and basketball is rock ’n’ roll.

Nevada’s legislature just passed a radical plan to let anybody sign up for Medicaid — Vox

www.vox.com 
 Nevada, with little fanfare or notice, is inching toward a massive health insurance expansion — one that would give the state’s 2.8 million residents access to a public health insurance option.

30 Things You Should Accomplish Before Your 30s | Inc.com

www.inc.com 
 Is there a more interesting period in life than between your 20s and 30s? Between becoming an adult by moving away from home, starting your career, and experiencing life-changing events, this time period is full of memorable moments.

Productivity Is All About Mastering These 4 Mental Tricks, According to Psychologists | Inc.com

www.inc.com 
 My family and I recently celebrated the life of my grandmother. While reminiscing, I ran across a yearbook from her senior year of high school.

Lots of Travel Stuff

Travel Tips: How to Spend Less While Still Having Fun | Tackling Our Debt

tacklingourdebt.com 
 Is it possible to travel without spending boat loads of money? You bet it is.

Flying to or from Zurich? It’s easy to stop in the city — Notable Travels | Notable Travels

www.notabletravels.com 
 Zurich is Switzerland’s largest city. It is also its dynamic and cosmopolitan financial and technology center. According to the tourism department, Zurich’s train station serves over 2900 trains a day and the city has the densest public transportation network in the world.

Maine Glamping with Sandy Pines — Green With Renvy | Green With Renvy

greenwithrenvy.com 
 If you dream of sleeping under the stars but dislike basic camping conditions then there’s a new and exciting alternative arriving on the scene.

Visiting Lisbon: What to Do and See

nomadisbeautiful.com 
 The essence of Lisbon city is mirrored in its terrain. It has lots of “ups” in its stairs and hills to climb, as well as some “downs,” which you as a traveller visiting Lisbon for a short time might realise only exceptionally, or potentially not at all.

Wine, Dine, & More!

I don’t know how good this book is, but it looks good!

The Periodic Table of Wine (Hardcover) | ABRAMS

www.abramsbooks.com 
 The Periodic Table of Wine is a fun, concise, and appealingly geeky new concept to wine appreciation.

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